Saturday, June 15, 2013

Cheesecakes Made Easy With The Cheesecake Moat!!

Cheesecakes are one of my favorite desserts to make, but they're also quite nerve-wracking at times. If you've ever baked a cheesecake, then you know what I'm talking about! How often have you made the perfect cheesecake, only to have it crack during the last 20 minutes of baking? Yeah, me too. Of course if you're putting a topping on it may not seem that important, but often cracking means your cheesecake will be dry. All of my cheesecake baking problems were solved no too long ago when I discovered the Cheesecake Moat, a unique pan that makes a perfect cheesecake every time!

I received the Cheesecake Moat for review, and it was a great excuse to bake up a cheesecake :). Seriously, the day after arrival, I headed to the store to pick up some cream cheese! You still use a springform pan with the moat; what it saves you from is trying to place the pan in water, without said water leaking into the cheesecake. The moat is a large pan, with a center 12" area where you place the springform pan. Add some water to the outer ring (or moat), and then bake according to your recipe. The Cheesecake Moat provides the moisture needed to prevent cracking, yet the separation needed to prevent a soggy, water-laden cheesecake! You may be a little skeptical, but yes, it does really work! I have turned out numerous perfect cheesecakes, that can be served with a topping or alone, and you don't need to fret over a cracked top. If you still don't believe me-check out the pictures below.






If you enjoy making cheesecake, but don't like the stress of wondering if it will turn out right, then you definitely need a Cheesecake Moat. Or if you've always wanted to make a cheesecake at home, but have been scared to try-the Cheesecake Moat is what you need!

Turtle Caramel Cheesecake!

3 comments:

  1. I love cheesecake but I have never made it. I have not heard of Cheesecake Moat but it looks like a great product. The Turtle Caramel Cheesecake looks delicious!
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  2. I have never made a cheesecake for the very reasons you mentioned, cracking and dryness. But that moat is really neat! Perhaps there is hope for me after all!

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  3. Great idea. I make a lot of cheesecakes, and have just gotten used to having that dark crack down the top of it.

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